I am interested in this too. So how do you do this please? Should I first
create an html file outside galaxy and then load that file into Galaxy/history
second? Or there is better way to do this? I understood the images need to be
somewhere where Galaxy can access and display.
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Thanks Bjoern! I figured it out too.
I put the pictures in the static/images/Pages folder, then use them in the
page. The main idea is to find a place with valid URL to store the pictures
On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 5:41 PM, Björn Grüning
in your page-editor you have a picture symbol. As you mentioned you need
to specify a path to an image. For my pages I created a history where I
store all my pictures. Afterwards I copy the full URL of that picture to
the page. So use galaxy to store you image collection :)
Hope that helps,
> I am trying to create a page in Galaxy and want to add some pictures/
> screenshots. So how could I do this? I clicked the image button but it
> needs a URL not the path from my local computer.
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